We went up on Wednesday. Got a few miles in, that afternoon.
Met Missouri Rich, and one of his riding partners, Henry.
Thursday was a beautiful day. Good to very good trails. A few sections of snirt. The afternoon brought a few slushy areas, and water puddles.
We like stopping in at the Snowmobile Hall of Fame. This time was more interesting than before. The new building had been up for 2 years, but the "BIG" surprise, to us anyway, came in the old building. A "Rear Drive Prototype" on a Ski Doo 800 . For more info, go to
www.rndinnovators.com. You'd have to see it to appreciate it.
Anyway, Missouri Rich is not your average snowmobiler. His trek to the northwoods is a 700 mile trip from, where else, Missouri.
After researching ER for places to stay, he chose the "Hiawatha Motor Inn". He could, probably, be a tour guide for the area as he knows the trails, and good eating establishments about as well as anyone in the area. And this from only 3 winters worth of visiting.
The list of people that I have the privilidge of referring to as friends is not as extensive as most, as I am somewhat particular,but I'd be hard pressed not to include Missouri Rich.